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People for Education's 2018 Annual report on Ontario’s schools outlines need for support for “the new basics” in education.
New data from People for Education show that, despite the importance of arts education, equitable access to arts programs and resources is an ongoing challenge for Ontario’s schools.
The fundraising advantage may be increasing the equity gap by providing already advantaged students with more enrichment than their more disadvantaged counterparts.
New data from People for Education's annual school survey show a significant decline in the percentage of elementary schools with specialist music teachers over the last decade.
A new report shows that guidance counsellors are stretched thin in Ontario elementary and secondary schools.
People for Education's annual report on Ontario’s schools shows decline in library staff and music teachers; improvements in Indigenous education.
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This article on the impact of school closings cites People for Education's 2017 board-by-board analysis of school closings across the province.
In this article about provincial graduation rates, Annie Kidder talks about what Ontario has done to improve graduation rates, and the importance of developing the broad skills needed for future success.
In this interview about the role of guidance counsellors, Joel Westheimer, CBC Ottawa's education columnist, talks about People for Education's recently released data on access to guidance counsellors in Ontario schools.
Annie Kidder talks about the recommendations from a new report on EQAO testing and assessment in Ontario's schools on CBC's Ontario Morning.
On CBC's Metro Morning, Annie Kidder talks about the recommendations for changes to EQAO testing and assessment that were released yesterday in a review commissioned by the Ontario government.